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, he has not spoken publicly since the health scare erupted. but next month that might change. he is slated to attend a hearing that could result in the removal of his state certification. rick? day david lee miller, thanks. >> there is new information on a massive landslide in washington state. officials urging the public to stay away from the site in this cliff side neighborhood! it is easy to see why. take a look at these pictures, the before and after. the landslide damaging several properties and forcing evacuations for nearly three dozen homes. dominique is live from our los angeles bureau. dominique? >> you know this is an astonishing sight in whidbey island. the authorities even can't get over the scale of how much earth moved. >> this was a surprise of its size. it is huge. it is a tremendously large landslide we were not expecting. nobody expects these types of things. we are constantly watching to make sure the areas that are adjacent to either side or other areas that look like this, that they are not also experiencing issues. >> wisely so they are keeping the public b
francis. i will tell you, the whole world is changing. and thank god for it. >> eric: just absolutely amazing. you served from 93 to 97, there in the vatican, under the clinton administration and you knew pope john paul ii. and you know and have met pope francis. what other parallels are there? do you think this will be a new, invigorated church because of this election? >> i love the simplicity, the humility of pope francis. we have heard some of those things recently in the short period of time he has been pontiff. but those of us who have been around the vatican for a number of years know him and knew his reputation. his reputation was exactly what he is talking about today. impromptu, sim policeic, but profound statements about forgiveness and connecting with people, particularly, eric, connecting with the poor. whoa! that is really sensational. because that's the principle foundation of the catholic faith, social and economic justice. for those of us who have been in politics many years, that's where we cut our teeth, on the catholic teaching of helping the poor, social and econo
way. times change. our principles don't. you don't just have our word on it. you've got our name on it. that's how we run. nothing runs like a deere. discover the full line of riding lawn equipment at or your local dealer. >>. >> jon: it was an extreme contrast of the old and new. the world focused on the small chimney waiting important to a sign. white smoke a new pope was elected and black smoke no pope yet. as pointed out by the conclave chimney's tweet. forget pundits and someone who knows someone that heard, i am the only news outlet that matters. as television cameras watched for the smoke the attention of the cardinals stolen by a seagull on the chimney. why a seagull and not a dove? they went into overdrive giving new meaning. the sistine seagull answered in the tweet. if you see the smoke comes out and its orange send >>. >> gregg: hello. i'm gregg jarrett. happy st. patrick's day. welcome to a brand-new hour. >> heather: the luck of irish will be with you today. topping the news this hour, brand-new information, a major break possibly in the murder inve
. thank you. republican senator rob portman made headlines, saying he has had a change of heart about same-sex marriage. since learning his son is gay, he no longer opposes the idea, writing, i wrestled with how to reconcile my christian faith with my desire for will to have the same desires to pursue happiness and fulfillment. and it became to the bible's overarching themes of love and compassion and we are all concern children of god. joining me now, tony perkins, president of the family search council. thanks for joining us today. >> good afternoon. >> this is a very, very difficult, delicate balance for a lot of family who is say, this is not something that i have believed in. my religion doesn't agree with this. but this is my child. and now i see it differently. >> shannon, that's right. i support senator portman for his very public display of his unconditional love for his son. i mean, as a parent myself, i think the worst thing we can do in any circumstance is to reject our child. not only is that counter productive to them, it's counter productive to society. and it does run count
on the line and let him worry about it for a while. supposed major change in obama's position of not insisting on israel stopping settlement construction on the west bank and as a pre-condition to direct talks. it is only a change intact particulars. it is not a change in his preferred outcome of the palestinian state with borders that approximate mate the line. i think you can go down the list of what -- the president said publicly and israel and jordan, nothing really shifts from his apology statements in the past and for that reason i think that despite the optics of a happy visit, the differences between israel and the obama administration remains. >> prime minister netanyahu thinks that iran could get it done by this summer. president says one year from now. when they are together does that now say look they are going to get a bomb and we are going to launch an attack whether you like it or not and what does the president say and -- what do you think will happen? >> well, i think they exchange intelligence and i do think that despite the -- difficulties of the personal relationship betwee
ruler and trying to change the nature of the regime itself . at no time had he had a smaller basis of support that kim jong-un today. all of the threats he's backing himself in a corner and doesn't know the consequences of what he's doing and the window for violence is open. >> talk about the timing of the threat. what do you sigh as being significant at this point? >> north korea always makes threats before the south korea and will united states do the joint drills and they did it this year. but most of the time north korea goes silent and this time the warnings are more dire and intense and that means something is different this year than previous years. we need to have a vigilant posture. >> do you think that the young leader is trying to create an aura among his people that he is in charge and he is not his father? >> i totally agree with that. but the problem is, he may not know where the line s. kim jong-il used murdered effect itchly and murdered a number ever americans and south koreas but hoo got away with it kim jong-un has to make himself appear better than his dad and h
not represent a change of strategy on his part. others, though, say the outreach is a new approach for the president as he tries to improve the fortunes for his own second term agenda. chief white house correspondent ed henry takes a fair and balanced look. >> as president obama has stepped up a charm offensive with republicans, aides insist it's no change in tone. >> i think that the president has made clear since the election, since the inaugural that he's interested in working cooperatively. >> that's not exactly how it's played out since election night. when the president talked about reaching out. >> in the weeks ahead, i also look forward to sitting down with governor romney, to talk about where we can work together to move this country forward. >> two days later, the president held a pep rally in the east room. >> thank you so much. >> suggested he was not that flexible. >> i'm open to new ideas. i'm committed to solving our fiscal challenges. but i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. >> the confrontational approach fired up democrats, as the president hit the
are already feeling the impact of the changes to the nation's health care system. let's check in now with a checkup on obama care. >> reporter: dueling opinions in washington today on the impact of obama care and whether it's been a boon or a boondoggle to americans and american businesses. obama says it protects americans from insurance companies and says the slaw saving people money. the president said in a statement, millions of americans are saving $600 a year on prescription drugs. millions of young people have beenable to stay on their family's health plan to age 26. preventive care, like mammograms for women and wellness visits for seen, i don't covered free of charge. most importantly, for the sake of our fiscal future, the growth of health care costs is beginning to slow. but the democratic-controlled senate voted early this week to repeal part of obama care, passed with bipartisan support. they repealed a tax on medical devices that would have increased the costs we all pay for things like latex gloves to wheel chairs hip replacements. and there are still $1.3 trillion in o
department was not involved in any of those changes. earlier this week on capitol hill, senator rand paul fired up a lot of discussion in drones in a 13-hour filibuster on the senate floor, pushing eric holder to answer, can a president cause a person to be killed by a u.s. drone strike if he or she is not an imminent threat. joining me, senator mark beg itch. >> it's a pleasure to be here. i want to ask you about the issue of drones and being used here in the u.s., they are commonly used in ways that a lot of people probably don't know. what do you think is the appropriate use here in the u.s.? >> in alaska, when we were trying to get fuel to nome, alaska, in the winter, we used a drone to determine the ice floe to break the ice to get the fuel to a community that had no more energy source. so you have to be careful with the utilization of these. they are used in science. the coast guard uses them, fire service, so forth. we make very clear on this issue, drones are utilized, they need to be transparent of how they are utilized. with drones and the war in afghanistan, they have limit aud
on gay marriage, i do believe it is between a man and woman. i'm not going to change that. the fact that some people misinterpret what i said when i came up with examples of scary yialgsz on marriage and relationships -- i don't know a whole lot of different ones -- even now, but the fact of the matter is doesn't mean they are all equal. it simply means there is nobody who gets to change the definition of marriage. >> gregg: the doctor stepped in the limelight when he discussed it at national prayer breck in february. >> heather: we are continuing to following the latest developments out of north korea today as the nation steps up its angry rhetoric saying in a quote state of war with south korea one day after releasing images of dictator kim jong un studying a series of charts allegedly containing plans for a strike on the u.s. mainland. elizabeth pran is live. are we hearing from the white house on this? >> we are. white house announcing a legally coast rhetoric and the threats are more of a familiar pattern. new reports of fighter jets are arriving in south korea for joint exerci
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. supporters of traditional marriage are already warning about cultural changes that could accompany laws that permit same-sex marriage. >> it's about altering all of society. with marriage goes what our children are taught, parents losing the right to define the morals for our children. it's about religious freedom. two are intertwined and conduct your business as you see fit. >> reporter: support for legal same-sex marriage has grown but the latest poll shows less than half 49% of registered voters now favor it. still one attorney arguing for marriage equality that week is predicting a win for his side. >> the constitutional right to marry is well established. in fact the supreme court has ruled that you can't take away the right to marry even from imprisoned felons. you can't take it away from those people because it's so important, such a fundamental right of liberty. >> reporter: we don't expect a ruling in either case until june. >> rick: peter doocy in washington, thanks very much. >> heather: coming up a growing number of college students now saying no to plastic. we're talking ab
. a new york city theater. 697,000 to produce a musical on climate change. coburn's waste book 19 billion wasted dollars. it is it snap shot of a larger problem and you can see the entire report on the saintor's website. >> a majority of at home are weary over the politics and drama of sequester battle. a brand new fox poll 45 percent of you feel sequestration will center a negative affect on the country and 27 percent said it will have a affect. the other 22 percent feel like it will make a difference at all. join happening us to sort through the fact anding fiction. radio talk show host monica crowley. >> hi, uma. >> we talk for a moment about the polls, many are bracing for the tough times country and yet you heard examples that i outlined talking about outrageous programs that are waisting taxpayer dollars in a time we can least afford it >> i think that number. 45 percent in the fox poll anding that the mirn people think that the sequester will negatively lie affect the country. the president has been out there pound this exaggeration of levelful pain that americans might feel from t
, president obama said he wanted to change the mind of skeptics during the trip. do you think he did that. >> joe writes, obama talks a lot. he seems to say what people want and makes him look good. >> he's not successful, and even as rockets land from gaza. and lots of responses on this one, and thanks to everybody for sharing your thoughts. that's going to do it for me here in washington. gregg jarrett and jamie kocolby from here. we leave you with a sweetdeo in national puppy appreciation day. make it a great day, everybody. aren't they cute? ♪ >> fox news alert, everyone, breaking developments on capitol hill. the u.s. senate this morning approves a budget proposal that calls for almost a trillion dollars in tax hikes. and that's the very latest. hello, everyone, i'm jamie colby, and this is a brand new hour inside america's news headquarters. >> i'm gregg jarrett, glad you're with us. this nonbinding plan was approved just before dawn this morning after nearly 13 hours of nonstop voting. >> yeas are 53, nays are 46. the amendment is adopted and now there are -- there are adoptions
against proposed plans to change disability payments for veterans. the benefits over time like social security is tied to inflation, but the obamacare administration is proposing changing the way benefits are calculated so they would increase at a slower rate. the decision on this plan will likely come as part of a larger budget deal. >> gregg: republicans are pressing president obama to aprove the keystone pipeline calling it a no-brainer in the weekly address. lee terry said the pipeline would give the ailing united states economy a shot in the arm and make energy more affordable. despite that the obama administration has held up the project citing environmental concerns. james rosen reports from washington. >> reporter: gregg, about two weeks remain in 45 day for comment. the ball will be back in april in obama's administration's court. portion of this 870 mile pipeline are already being built but portions have been held up citing environmental concerns. as envisioned by the corporation the pipeline would actually be the secondly of two and would bring online an estimated 830,000 b
. >> the mission has changed because we can no longer sustain a rescue effort. we have met with the family. we advised them of that and at this point, we have to move beyond the rescue to a demolition phase and a securing of the site. >> several homes are also at risk. engineers hope to clear the debris today and get a closer look at the sinkhole tomorrow. >> has one school's fight against fat gone too far? some parents say their children are being unfairly singled out. we will have a fair and balanced debate coming up. >> you you are ankerexic -- that means you are too small -- or you get the obese letter. you are too big. you can't be just right. i'm here at my house on thanksgiving day, and i have a massive heart attack right in my driveway. the doctor put me on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. go talk to your doctor. you're not indestructible anymore. by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbel
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the schedule changed for a variety of reasons including security issues in kabul. representatives at the afghan presidential palace are reportedly blaming a schedule conflict for the cancellation, but the american defense department is now telling us that secretary hagel and president karzai will meet privately today and hagel will hold an on camera briefing afterwards and we're about two and a half hours away from hearing from the secretary of defense chuck hagel. >> back to you. >> should be pretty interesting. thank you so much, peter. >>> for more on karzai's claims and his history of controversial comments, we're joined as we are ever sunday at this time by john bolton. good morning, ambassador. >> good morning, eric. how are you? >> is karzai, in i couldn't viewer, just off the deep end? 2000 american servicemen and women killed in his country and we get this? >> yeah. well, the notion that the united states and the taliban are cooperating in yesterday's homicides is fantasy, and karzai knows that. i think he's trying to play afghan politics to show he's both independent of the united sta
. came in second out of two. second position on the dog sled team is where the view never changes and the view ain't pretty. but we need to figure out then our job. what will we do next? as we go about that and talk to one another and listen to what the speakers have to say. we are not here to rebrand the party. we are here to rebuild a country. [ applause ] we are not here to dedicate ourselves to new talking points coming from dc. we are not here to put a fresh coat of paint on our party. we are not here to abandon our principles in a contest of the government give aways, that is it a game we will never win. we are here to restore america and the rest is theatrics and sound and theory it is just making noise . that sums up the job president obama does today. he's considered a good politician which is like saying bernie madoff was a good salesman. the difference being the president is using our money. you know, i spend most of my time in fly over country. the heart of the are the had land of america, i have news for the permanent political class in washington, while they are busy
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were at st. joseph's in baghdad, after a change in the violence we have seen there in the last few years. >> thanks so much. pope francis, of course, calling for world peace, as connor said, denouncing selfishness and those who he said are seeking easy gain. he seems to have brought a new, common touch to the vatican. we have father dan o'reilly, the catholic chaplain and the archdiocese of new york. >> happy easter. >> you know, the pontiff, look what he has done, he washed the feel the of prisoners, including muslim women. he lies on the floor of st. peter's praying and in his private mass, invites the gardeners and workers, the street sweepers of vatican city to join him. how has he changed things? do you expect him to change things? what is his message? >> i think his message speaks to the name he chose, he chose the name francis. he was the first person to choose a name that hadn't been used since the year 913. but he chose it to honor francis of asisi who renounced all his welt to work with the poor and be an example of humility and simplicity and that's his motto, basic, hum
. >> kelly: thanks, jamie. new reaction today to the automatic spending changes that kicked in last week. president obama and republican senator jeff sessions speaking out in their weekly addresses. listen. >> you deserve better than the same political gridlock and refusal to compromise that is too often passed for serious debate over the last few years and that's why i've been reaching out to republicans and democrats to see if we can untangle some of the gridlock. earlier this week, for example, i met with some republican senators to see if there were smarter ways to grow our economy and reduce our deficit than the arbitrary cuts and the so-called sequester that recently went into place. >> government has never been bigger or more out of control. they say there is no problem with waste, fraud and abuse. they say the problem is you. they say you are not sending them enough money. they say they have spent every penny so you must just send them more and if you don't, well, they won't stop spending, they'll just borrow more. these destructive policies cannot continue. >> kelly: senator ses
than a week since those automatic budget cuts took effect. the initial impact of the sweeping changes haven't been as catastrophic as the obama administration had predicted. that's good news. but are we any closer to balancing the federal budget? paul ryan says he has a plan to get the nation's finances back on track. steve centanni has more on that. lots of buzz about the budget this morning in washington. >> reporter: that's right. the next step, of course, is a new budget plan that congressman paul ryan plans to unveil on tuesday. the house budget committee chairman appeared appeared on "s sunday" and said something has to be done. >> the president has us on a path for a debt crisis that brings us to a recession, that gives us a european type of experience that we want to avoid. we want people to go back to work, higher wannels, a growing economy. we get that by balancing the budget. >> reporter: he says his proposal will promote the idea of repealing president obama's health care law. and he says that he hopes that the president has more constructive meetings like the lunch he had
then there is no change for them. they still have it approved, nod after today. >> bottom line is we hold congress is able to develop a budget that is approved by the president then we can reverse sequestration. >> heather: move will not affect benefits under the g.i. bill that paid for soldiers to attend colleges. >> gregg: a strained relationship between united states and afghanistan. afghan president hamid karzai making some rather wild claims that the u.s. and taliban are working together. the comments coming during defense secretary chuck hagel's official trip to that country. peter doocy reports from washington. >> reporter: afghan president made a sensational accusation against the united states this weekend telling a television audience he thinks the americans and the taliban have been coordinating terror attacks against civilians as recently as this week intending to show civilians how quickly the security situation will deteriorate after most u.s. troops have left the country. >> they are trying to frighten to think tlig twa the foreigners. we would be facing these sort of incidents. >> presiden
don't see anything changing that's going to make this country any stronger economically. unless this president has a metamorphos metamorphosis, and i pray that god will open up his eyes and if you want to get american strong again and getting the energy industry going all across this country, would put so many people to work and give america security from those middle eastern mullahs and south american dictators that are not our friends, that's what needs to happen. if this president would do this, he could turn around this country so quickly and go down as a really powerful and positive impact on america, but he's going to have to have a metamorphosis of some substantial size for that to happen. >> governor, great to see you, thank you very much. >> always good to be. >> and our thanks to governor perry. later we'll hear from freshman senator tim scott one of the g.o.p. senators who met with president obama this week as part of the of the president's so-called charm offensive. we'll see what he thinks about the standoff over the debt crisis right now. >> i couldn't explain to t
in the take charge. and how about the extreme weather alert? we changed the clocks and it was supposed to be early spring. there is a snowstorm, battering the midwest and the plains states. this is kansas city, missouri. parts of colorado digging out. and now that massive storm system -- oh, it's moving east. rick is live in the fox extreme weather center. i am going on let you have it for this one? >> shannon: i know. nobody is happy. i have to tell you, you are not going to have happy for a week and-a-half. there are no signs of this pattern changing. some of the most dramatic video we have seen, this is a tanker, the jackknife around john's town, colorado, shutting down the road more than 5 hours. they were afraid the tanker was going to explode as it caught fire. and the traffic behind it that they had tho to close down the roads and keep the people from the area. really rough conscience. they saw a foot of snow. interstate 70 across kansas had to be shut down and now across missouri, they are seeing the heaviest of the snow. st. louis, you crossed over from rain to snow, you will
here? now matter how you look at it, something should be done, whether it's trying to change the course of human behavior, which is a very difficult task, but something has to be done so moving forward, what's the common ground, the common solution that we can come up with, instead of debate from both sides of the aisle and move this forward to make sure that something is done? >> yeah, this does need to be kelly, as i mentioned before the mental health issue has not been addressed. the criminal aspect. criminals are not obeying the law when it it comes to getting their hands on guns illegally, stop going after law abiding citizens and this should be a local issue, enforce the laws that he we currently have on the book. >> let me get mark in there, last word quickly, please. >> sure, justification that she's going is because the criminals are breaking the laws anyway, let's not make the laws to keep the military weapons because people are going to get them. if the laws we pass can prevent one more death it's imperative that our lawmakers consider them like they promised they would and i
well. it is a tough year to change. but i want you tof know something,o eric, we've been on the air almost two years. it's been an absolute pleasure. you're a pro and you've done more to promote the show than anyone else. >> happy birthday, coach. >> are you guys goinge to kiss? >> no. >> sty stay tuned. we'll show that you on monday. thanks forha watching. >> arthel: hello. welcome to a brand-new hour inside america's news headquarters. i'm arthel neville. >> rick: i'm rick folbaum. topping the news, the president signing those forced spending cuts into law, making it official, for blaming republicans every step of the way. now that the latest battle is behind them, can washington fine will he come together? >> arthel: also, your boss knows a lot about you. but now some employers are tracking what you eat. and even what you buy. what? we're going to explain why and send me your thoughts about this on twitter at arthel neville. >> rick: also "consumer reports" just released a list of the top auto buys and we've got a couple of them right outside our plaza here in midtown, manhattan
fundamental, important foreign policy issues that you do not do at 3:00 o'clock in the morning and change the dynamics of the middle east, change the dynamics of our national security and interest. >> but is this business as usual from now on in washington? coming up, we will dissect what some are calling a, quote, carnival stage of the u.s. government. rick? >> all right. from the carnival to the weather. spring is here officially. but for millions of americans, it feels more like winter is not going away. the snow continues to fall in parts of colorado. it's part of the storm in the midwest. it could drop a foot of snow in some areas. and this storm system is on the move. it could create some serious travel problems all the way to those of us here in the northeast. meteorologist janis dean live with more. >> it's nice to see you. i'm sorry i'm delivering the bad news. >> that's okay. >> for a lot of folks, unfortunately. millions of people could be seeing another winter storm. let's take a look at it. there is our satellite imagery. heavy snow into kansas city. a warm side of the storm
, says the mass shooting in newtown, connecticut, has changed the gun control debate. listen. >> one thing that is different now is the fact that we have 20 first graders murdered in a classroom along with 6 educators. i mean, that's unacceptable. the american people, you know, want something done on this. you know, 92% of americans support a universal background check. it's 74% of nra members. i would hope at some point the leadership of the nra would just listen to their membership on this issue. >> joining me is chris wallace. chris, good morning. >> good morning. >> it seems, of course, not surprising that mark, a very, very passionate when it comes to the issue of gun control. >> oh, of course. i mean, obviously two years ago his wife gabby giffords was shot in the head in a terrible gun massacre in tucson, arizona, in which 19 people were shot, several of them killed. and one of the questions we talked about is the fact that public opinion seems -- or the public fervor for gun control seems to be distinguiminishing move further away from newtown, 100 days out -- right after new
. veterans are ready to fight any change to lower disability payments to the nation's veterans. president obama has endorsed a slightly different measure of inflation for social security benefits, which would grow at a lower rate. veterans are very concerned and want to make sure it won't apply to military disability payments or pensions. there is a debate about school security in the wake of the sandy hook shooting. one district in texas has allowed some teachers to carry firearms in school if they are certified and licensed to do so. this is know the first district to adopt the policy. should teachers be able to carry 5o firearms in the classroom? tweet us your answers. we will read your responses, later in this hour. and we will host a fair and balanced debate on that topic. on this easter sunday, dozens of churches damaged by hurricane sandy sit empty, months after the storm, waiting to be repaired with many mosques and temples. we will tell you why all of those houses of worship can't get any help rebuilding from people a. as the federal government looks to retighten its belt, billio
an instrument. an instrument in a child's life could change their life. created the james brown academy of music. ♪ ♪ so nice, so nice, i got you ♪ >> music, education, has already been documented to help young kids in their regular education, math, science, reading. and the students that jam, they're great, or good and they must keep their grades good and it shows because they're excited about the music. ♪ we're gonna have a good time ♪ ♪ you gotta take it higher ♪ >> all right. and next week, we will show you how the music education is taking the learning levels of those kids higher. james brown. >> jamie: yeah, whatever, all i'm getting in one ear is oh. right? go ahead, jonathan. >> yeow!. >> jamie: the studio went nuts. we've got to get serious. we're going to tell you what it takes to be a navy seal. do you think you have what it takes? only a quarter of those who try are successful. a seal who headed the training program and has written about it will tell us what it takes. i'm not doing those, kelly, not today. >> kelly: they're tough. as the 16benedict xvi settles into hi
by the storm? according to a forecaster at the national weather service, winds changed direction from the northeast to a more normally direction and that meant more cold air from canada, picking up moisture from the atlantic. now the good news? spring is less than two weeks away. yes, temperatures are already on the way up. uma. >> we look forward to that. definitely. thank you very much. well, as he just mentioned, spring may be just around the corner, but winter, of course, isn't officially over just yet. here is a look at our denver bureau where a major snow storm is moving through. more than 200 flights have now been canceled at denver international airport and blizzard warnings remain in effect for some parts of colorado. meteorologist maria molina is joining us with more on the fox weather channel. >> hi. good to see you. that's right. we also have blizzard warnings in effect for other sections of the plains states and that's all associated with this storm system that like you mentioned, is going to produce significant snowfall across the city of denver and also some very strong
the lobbyists have at this point to change anything that's in effect? >> at this point they don't have anything. that's why over the next month, maybe two or three months, these cuts are 1.2 trillion dollars over ten years. that's a long time. i think the sequester is going to be adjusted over time, especially because we have a lot of elections in those ten years. it's not going to happen any time soon. you've got to be able to prove that yes, these -- the cuts hurt in this situation. they jeopardize safety, and of course, the obama administration, really, they were raising major alarm bells and then had to step back and say okay, it's not going to be the apocalypse as president obama said. >> let me just jump in. i only have 20 seconds. health care. how will the sequestration affect health care? >> on health care issues, that's at the state level where a lot of these cuts, whether it's -- whether it's in some medicaid but not major. they're not major cuts. this is not entitlement reform. these are cuts that basically where services have to be prioritized. they won't raise the medicare age or a
. but these cuts we're talking about here in time would be very serious and would fundamentally change the military we have. >> jamie: i got an interesting email yesterday, general, from the wife of a lieutenant general, active service who, said our military will step up to the challenge, that they will get the job done, particularly in afghanistan. but i think about future risks, other risks, if we're not as populated on the border between afghanistan and pakistan, will we be able to keep an eye on what is going on in pakistan? >> pakistan is very important to us. the fact of the matter is, a military alegarchy runs the economy. india has a flourishing democracy. pakistan has a democracy in name only. the military certainly really controls that civilian government. there is no growing middle class. and now, certainly what has happened inside that country is the pakistan taliban, radical islamists are trying to take it over and their escalation of attacks are on the rise. that doesn't mean that pakistan is about to fall. but it is a very dangerous place in the world. it's a place where we have to k
releases but added, quote, that could change based on the sqegs terrify. we don't yet know what the rate will be. priority is serious criminal offenders and others that pose a threat to public safety. it's embarrassing for the government. jay carney forced the blame on custom enforcement what is referred to as i.c.e. >> the agency released these low risk non-criminal detainees under less form of monitoring to make sure that they were within i.c.e.'s budget. priority for detention remains on other individuals that pose a significant threat to public safety. >>> well no word from the white house on these increased numbers. about a thousand illegal immigrants have been let go in several states every week since mid-february. >> gregg: more to come. thanks very much. >> heather: fox news is taking a closer look at the budget battle in washington. tonight our own john roberts hosted a special fox reporting, show down on debt row. >> republican congressman david schweiker is telling his constituents is back in arizona saying he will hold firm. >> there will be five days to solve this or go over
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